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Stanford football news & links: Spring practice notes, previews

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The three major storylines of Stanford spring practice [Rule of Tree]: What will be the defining issues for the Cardinal before April's spring game?

Stanford opens spring practice with renewed hunger [ESPN]: The Cardinal enjoyed an offensive resurgence to end 2014, but there are questions about their attack's ability to sustain that success for an entire season.

Questions for spring [The Bootleg]: The 2015 football season has begun with the start of spring football. The most interesting question: Who will be the backup quarterback?

Notebook: Stanford opens spring practice [Cardinal Sports Report]: Notes and quotes from the first practice of Stanford spring ball. Injury and various other personnel updates are included.

Spring Practice opens on the Farm: Seven players I'll be watching closely this spring [Rule of Tree]: With Stanford starting spring football practice on Monday, here are a few players to pay attention to that will play a big role in determining the Cardinal's fortunes this season.

No excuses [Cardinal Sports Report]: Stanford's secondary are short on experience. That's not something the unit will use as an excuse for any struggles, Duane Akina said.

Stanford football: Spring practice preview [Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News]: For the first time since 2010, there is no afterglow, no momentum from a BCS (or playoff) appearance. The Cardinal is no different than the vast majority of FBS teams in that it enters the spring with something to prove after a disappointing season. Here are four issues to watch.